Hey, Eastern Washington! I’m coming your way tonight and tomorrow!

Hey, Eastern Washington! I’m coming your way tonight and tomorrow! November 21, 2014

Courageously braving Stevens Pass in winter, I will be heading over to Wenatchee to speak at St. Joseph Parish tonight at 7 PM and then tomorrow from 9:00 AM till 3:00 PM.  We will be talking about 101 Reasons Not to be  Catholic (a fun Chestertonian look at our culture’s reaction to the Faith), Making Senses Out of Scripture (reading the Bible as the first Christians did); This is My Body (the biblical case for the Real Presence in the Eucharist); and Mary, Mother of the Son (a look at Mary’s place in the life and teaching of the Church).

Hope to see you there!

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  • Anonymous

    Hi- I would like to request prayers for the victims of rape and abuse by members of the Catholic Church. Many of them were children when they were attacked or abused. This is also an ongoing crisis, with new victims each year, worldwide. I will remember them and their stories forever, but for the healing to truly take place, it will take the voices and efforts of many.
    To paraphrase a poem by an Indian schoolgirl, “Too many Catholics, in too many countries, speak the same language– of silence.” Thank you.

  • jay

    Good for you, Mark. But I do not think that the folks in Wenatchee consider themselves as being part of eastern Washington. As a true eastern Washingtonian (Spokane), I would hope that these folks see themselves as central Washingtonians.

  • Marthe Lépine

    These talks sound very interesting, but I live on the other side of the continent. Are there any plans to record some of these, some time in the future? Maybe you could add some DVDs to your “product list”. This is something that I would be really appreciative for, since until the end of May, it is still going to be difficult for me to read actual books, because of cataracts (scheduled to be operated on in March and May).

  • Kathy W

    Wenatchee? Eastern Washington? Just because you live on the WEST side of the mountains, doesn’t mean you have to be geographically challenged. Now if you REALLY want to come east, Mark, try Spokane, Pullman, or Walla Walla. We’ll put the coffeepot on.